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My own personal code of ethics as an advisor

I will not ask you for feedback during or after the call, it is not my focus, some readers do that as is their choice, it is not the way I choose to conduct myself, as readers emailing me for feedback put me off after a call and caused me personally to wonder if I would call them again...it made me question if that was all they cared about, and it caused me to question their readings.

I will do my best to give an honest, accurate assesment of your questions or concerns when you call me.

I will tell you if I feel we do not connect, and I will never keep you on the phone if I feel that I am not able to read your situation.

I will not project my own issues onto you or judge you in anyway, I beleive that it is not my place to sit in judgement of anyone.

I will not give advice unless I am asked to do so, it is not my place to make your choices for you, those are your lessons and your choices, the power to choose is a wonderful gift and should be used wisely by the person themselves and that power not handed over to others.

I will not sign on to read unless I feel I can give myself fully to your reading and unless I can give you my full attention during the time you choose to call me.

The ability to read is a gift I appreciate and I will do my best to use it wisely and you will be treated with respect when you do call me.

Joan

 

p.s. This blog is not about anyone else, does nor does it allude to or refer to the way other readers go about or run their own readings, this is only referring to me and my own ideas and ethics regarding how I read.

 

Published Wednesday, February 27, 2008 8:47 AM by DruidsGlenTarot

Comments

# re: My own personal code of ethics as an advisor @ Wednesday, February 27, 2008 8:32 AM

Joan:

I appreciate your blogs and your ethics.  Do not change your views!

Blessings,

Amy

Amysinsights11

# re: My own personal code of ethics as an advisor @ Wednesday, February 27, 2008 8:40 AM

Thank you so much for your kind comment, I am flattered and honored.
joan

DruidsGlenTarot

# re: My own personal code of ethics as an advisor @ Wednesday, February 27, 2008 9:40 AM

Dear Joan:

I am so glad to see your back with us blogging.  How was your vacation back home?  Your blogs are wonderful and I love each and everyone of them.
Thanks for sharing this with us.

Rosie

Rosalea

# re: My own personal code of ethics as an advisor @ Wednesday, February 27, 2008 9:52 AM

Thanks Rosie. My vacation went far too fast, but I go back in April. The wedding I attended was a great, oh boy do they dress up in Ireland for a wedding!! The movie was sooo good and I loved it, I was at an Irish Music festival near the cliffs of Moher, and it was so moving for me, I love traditional Irish music !! I spent time with my mother and friends, my fiancees family were welcoming to me and made me feel at home, it was great.
thanks for asking
Joan

DruidsGlenTarot

# re: My own personal code of ethics as an advisor @ Wednesday, February 27, 2008 10:10 AM

Dear Joan:

I love Irish traditional music also.  My Mother had a great love for Irish tenors and it always makes my heart sing when I listen to them as I recall her in my memory.  I am so glad you enjoyed your visit.  Someday I am going to be able to visit physically and not just in my dreams.  Welcome back Joan for you truly were missed.

Rosie

Rosalea

# re: My own personal code of ethics as an advisor @ Wednesday, February 27, 2008 10:13 AM

My own father has a beautiful singing voice and he will be travelling on the west coast of the U.S. with the Irish Police Force Choir in April this year, not bad for an 81 year old :-)
Joan

DruidsGlenTarot

# My own personal code of ethics as an advisor... @ Thursday, June 12, 2008 5:01 PM

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